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Along with an enthusiasm for occupations associated with their hobbies and interests, China's young people are also demonstrating a concern for the environment in their career choices. At the same time, the country's government is encouraging them to seek qualifications for emerging professions that will figure large in tomorrow's world.
A year has passed since Wuhan, capital of Hubei Province and the hardest-hit Chinese city by the Covid-19 virus, emerged from the citywide lockdown, and vitality has returned.
The government must back the young student who dared to stand up against rape culture at her school by investigating her case fairly, making sure justice is served and taking a stand against sexism.
This Fifth Former confides in Thelma that he is so fearful about not getting good grades in the SPM, which will affect his plans for the future, that he is contemplating drastic action.
Many girls miss school because of the inability to afford menstrual products. The #LetItFlow campaign hopes to end period poverty and stop the shame around menstruation.
The Ajinomoto Group is promoting greater wellness among people around the world with its Creating Shared Value (ASV) initiatives to get all of us to “Eat Well, Live Well”.
Minds and policies about safety precautions can change so Contradictheory columnist Dzof Azmi says: Let’s work together and be safe.
Shaari Isa’s WWII-era book 'Beyond Yamashita And Percival' longlisted for €100k Dublin Literary Award 2021
Assoc Prof Dr Mohd Nahar Azmi Mohamed's intention is to give them support while educating them on different aspects of exercise.
The latest high-profile example of the shrinking space for individualism in communist-ruled China came when the women's sides of Fuzhou and Jimei universities met in a college league match in the southeastern province of Fujian.